Employers can make staff redundant if they are no longer required or if the business needs to tighten the purse strings. While the layoffs may be an easy decision for the employer, the aftermath of an employer’s redundancy decision is never easy for the employee to take in.
While most bosses would sit an employee down and talk them through the reasons for their redundancy, one boss went against the traditional and professional conventions of making employees redundant: one which shocked many.
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